This is a very special project for me. First time in Serbia. First time working with the European Union.

In partnership with iAmbassador, the Council of Europe Cultural Routes Programme presents this special tour of two popular #culturalroutes: Transromanica and Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route.

Crossing Routes – Blogging Europe is the 3rd edition of the bloggers’ trip project organised under the Joint Programme between the Council of Europe and the European Commission for the promotion of the Cultural Routes of the Council of Europe.
The initiative took place from the 25th to the 30th of August 2016, travelling back from Roman and Medieval times to nowadays through Slovenia, Austria and Serbia.


The chronicles of this innovative travel experience are provided through social media and on the web portals:
Facebook: EuropeanInstituteofCulturalRoutes
Twitter @CultureRoutes
Official hashtags: #culturalroutes, #transromanica, #RomanEmperorsRoute
Bloggers’ description here

Directed by Emiliano Bechi Gabrielli
In partnership with iAmbassador
Coordinator: Kathleen Lapie (Council of Europe)
With the Co-operation of Günes Vural (European Travel Commission)
Cultural Routes Managers: Vladan Kreckovic (Roman Emperors and Danube Wine Route), Christin Prange (TRANSROMANICA)
Bloggers: Natasha Amar, Leo Long, Laurel Robbins, Claudia Beatriz Soares Saleh
Thanks to: Astrid Legner, Srdjan Petrovic and all the tour guides


Danube Competence Center
European Travel Commission
Austria: Transromanica Kärnten, Marktgemeinde Millstatt am See, Gemeinde Maria Wörth, Stadtgemeinde Friesach, Agentur Weitblick, Harmonia Variabilis.
Serbia: Tourism Organisation of Serbia, National Museum Zaječar, Institute for the Protection of Cultural Monuments of Niš, Hotel Aquastar Danube.


Austria: Millstatt am See, Millstatt Abbey, Pörtschach am Wörthersee, Velden am Wörthersee, Pyramidenkogel, Keutschach am See, Maria Wörth, Friesach, Petersberg Castel, Friesach.
Serbia: Donji Milanovac, Iron Gate Gorge, Zaječar, Gamzigrad – Felix Romuliana, Mediana Archaeological Site, Studenica Monastery , Žiča Monastery.

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